Latest posts by KT53

Brambles working their way in to my garden.

Posted: 12/06/2017 at 07:59

As ChrissieB has said, weedkiller will work well on brambles.  Unless you already have a sprayer, I'd be inclined to get a ready mixed spray bottle of Roundup and spray as much of the bramble as you can reach.  It might take a few attempts but it will do for it eventually.

Battery Powered Lawn Mowers

Posted: 11/06/2017 at 16:28

If it's any help, Bosch reviews were far better.

Creosote - Which one and the best technique?

Posted: 10/06/2017 at 21:20
Fairygirl says:

Old thread dredged up again by a first time poster.  There's a reason these products get removed from sale. I'll stick with my water based paints thanks  

See original post

 Maybe I'm getting old and cynical, but I'm waiting the the follow up post with a link to some obscure product or company.

Garden ornaments

Posted: 10/06/2017 at 21:18

If you allow children into the area make sure you comply with all Elf and Safety requirements....................................................


Battery Powered Lawn Mowers

Posted: 10/06/2017 at 15:37

I've just been reading the reviews of cordless mowers on Which.  The Gtech actually got a poor review, which surprised me.  My neighbour is fussy to say the least, and generally is the type who moans about having nothing to moan about, but she's very happy with her mower and hasn't experienced any of the problems Which raised.

Battery Powered Lawn Mowers

Posted: 09/06/2017 at 18:43

My neighbour has now got the Gtech battery mower and loves it.  When her husband died she had great difficulty starting a petrol mower and her son got he the Gtech.  They aren't cheap, but certainly do a good job.

The French Signals

Posted: 09/06/2017 at 08:29
pansyface says:


See original post

 It could have been worse, but as Paul Daniels used to say "Not a lot"

Topsoil Requirements

Posted: 08/06/2017 at 22:27

There will always be a problem when trying to equate soil volume with weight.  If you had weighed a cubic metre of soil a month ago I'm pretty sure it would weigh a lot less than today.  Around here at any rate following the amount of rain we've had.

Chatsworth Photos.

Posted: 08/06/2017 at 16:58

I'm afraid if somebody needs to explain the symbolism of a painting, sculpture, garden or whatever they've already lost my interest.

Chatsworth Photos.

Posted: 08/06/2017 at 14:11

No idea what happened to my previous post (above) but the question was asking if the garden in the 2nd photo was the result of the storm or if it was supposed to look like that?

Discussions started by KT53

Slugs / snails and Hostas

Copper tape 
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Malvern Spring Festival

...who's been 
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Sums up my weekend

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Just need to vent...

...so ******* angry 
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Has Trump completely lost the plot?

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New Year Honours

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Garden vac / blower

Cheap & cheerful, but does the job 
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Yes, Prime Minister

Deja vu, all over again. 
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Snake bark maple

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Last Post: 29/08/2016 at 16:27

Poor cropping

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Last Post: 25/08/2016 at 08:53

Pruning buddleia davidii

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BBC coverage 
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I nearly choked on my cornflakes

(not gardening related) 
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Last Post: 13/08/2016 at 17:39

Blackfly on runner beans

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Blackfly on runner beans

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